The Harold Lloyd Collection 2

Directed by Hal Roach and Fred Newmeyer and Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor and Alfred Goulding

Year: 1918
Running Time: 198
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: Silent with English intertitles [audio]
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The Harold Lloyd Collection 2

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Harold Lloyd

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Directed by Hal Roach, Fred Newmeyer, Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor and Alfred Goulding


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Ten Comedy Classics from The Hal Roach Studios

In this two-DVD collection of ten films, Harold Lloyd (Safety Last) demonstrates why he is ranked alongside Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton as slapstick cinema's preeminent funnymen. Lloyd is most famous for his aerial acrobatics, dangling from skyscrapers in High and Dizzy and Never Weaken. But his legendary status was earned mostly on the ground, where he crafted the persona of an endearing Everyman, whose pluck and determination rescue him from life's ordinary (and often extraordinary) pitfalls. Whether portraying a pampered socialite (Captain Kidd's Kids), a lowly bellhop (Among Those Present) or a silly stagehand (Ring Up the Curtain), Lloyd pursues romance and prosperity at a dizzying pace. His unwavering confidence and optimism, combined with his remarkable speed, agility and impeccable comic timing, made him one of the most beloved figures of the silent era.

DVD 1

  • TWO GUN GUSSIE
    1918 10 Min. Dir: Hal Roach
  • THE CITY SLICKER
    1918 11 Min. Dir: Hal Roach
  • THE NON-STOP KID
    1918 12 Min. Dir: Hal Roach
  • RING UP THE CURTAIN
    1919 12 Min. Dir: Hal Roach
  • CAPTAIN KIDD'S KIDS
    1920 22 Min. Dir: Hal Roach
  • FROM HAND TO MOUTH
    1920 21 Min. Dir: Alfred Goulding

DVD 2

  • HIGH AND DIZZY
    1920 27 Min. Dir: Hal Roach
  • NEVER WEAKEN
    1921 24 Min. Dir: Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor
  • AMONG THOSE PRESENT
    1921 39 Min. Dir: Fred Newmeyer
  • NOW OR NEVER
    1921 40 Min. Dir: Hal Roach and Fred Newmeyer

Produced by Hal Roach
Special editions produced by Eric Lange and Serge Bromberg
Music composed and performed by Donald Sosin
Licensed from Lobster Films
Special Contents of This Edition 2005 Lobster Films

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